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#11137024 - 09/30/15 11:57 AM SQUAW CREEK?
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Registered: 07/08/15
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I am headed to Squaw Creek this week and never been there before. Any suggestions or advice on fishing there. Any would be helpful. Also can you take pictures of the fish you catch ?
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#11137190 - 09/30/15 01:10 PM Re: SQUAW CREEK? [Re: SpidyChamp]
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Hopefully you meant this weekend, the lake isn't open during the week for boaters Fri-Sun only

Head north and you will find fish. I've never had any issues taking pics of my fish, but they do have a sign that say not without permission.
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#11137421 - 09/30/15 02:49 PM Re: SQUAW CREEK? [Re: Fish Killer]
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That is very helpful. Yes I am going Saturday morning. The last time I had an opportunity to go there was Fog so thick we could not get on the water and it did not let up until we were gone after 12.So do you ask for permission when you enter or for forgiveness later. I know it says no video. Any tips on baits as I use Texas rigs and Jigs mostly.
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#11137528 - 09/30/15 03:49 PM Re: SQUAW CREEK? [Re: SpidyChamp]
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Texas rig and a crankbait should get you bit pretty much all day.

Just go north to where all the boats are and fish away.
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#11137540 - 09/30/15 03:52 PM Re: SQUAW CREEK? [Re: SpidyChamp]
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Thanks again. partyon
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#11137638 - 09/30/15 04:45 PM Re: SQUAW CREEK? [Re: SpidyChamp]
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Originally Posted By: SpidyChamp
That is very helpful. Yes I am going Saturday morning. The last time I had an opportunity to go there was Fog so thick we could not get on the water and it did not let up until we were gone after 12.So do you ask for permission when you enter or for forgiveness later. I know it says no video. Any tips on baits as I use Texas rigs and Jigs mostly.


I would just take the pictures. I ran my go pro out there all last winter and no one seemed to care. Like fish killer said. Go north since the water won't be boiling up there.

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#11137661 - 09/30/15 04:55 PM Re: SQUAW CREEK? [Re: SpidyChamp]
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go north, all boats are fishing 50 feet away from each other hahaha...
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#11138178 - 09/30/15 09:04 PM Re: SQUAW CREEK? [Re: SpidyChamp]
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use caution, very stumpy.
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#11138525 - 10/01/15 06:36 AM Re: SQUAW CREEK? [Re: SpidyChamp]
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There's no telling what your photo's may reveal at Squaw Creek.

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